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PA to the Chief Executive

Full Time – 38 hrs per week

The Jewish Museum London is seeking an experienced, enthusiastic, highly organised and service orientated individual to provide dedicated PA support to the Chief Executive.

The Jewish Museum plays an immensely important role in bringing to life and celebrating the diversity of Jewish life, history and culture in the UK as well as helping to increase understanding across the many communities within our multi-cultural society.

It is in a unique position to do this. The Museum has a world renowned collection, from which it draws its permanent display. It also hosts a wide range of changing, innovative exhibitions. Recently this has included the Amy Winehouse, Kitaj and Four Four Jew – Football, Fans and Faith exhibitions, which have attracted record numbers of visitors and featured prominently in the national press. Its award winning education programme also continues to attract more and more school parties each year.

This is an exciting time for the museum and it has ambitious plans to build on these successes, reach ever more people and enhance its position as a cultural landmark.

Working at the heart of the Museum, this role will involve liaising with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders - many at an extremely senior level, representing the Chief Executive’s views and anticipating her needs by preparing briefings and carrying out research for meetings and presentations, co-ordinating specific projects, managing her diary and arranging travel. In consultation with the Chief Executive, the post holder will be responsible for the smooth running for the day-to-day logistics of all the CEO activities. You must have strong, demonstrable administrative experience or a proven track record of working in a challenging support role and the ability to efficiently and intelligently balance the urgent with the important.

For more information and to request a job pack, please contact Larry Melinek on 

Closing date: Monday 29 September, 5pm